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Elections Canada says it never aired 2008 election campaign ad cited by Conservatives

Elections Canada says a video ad the Conservative government cited as the type of advertising campaign it wants to prohibit the elections agency from using under the proposed new election law was never actually aired.

An Elections Canada ad encouraging youth to vote was aired in the campaign for the Jan. 23, 2006 federal election in which Prime Minister Stephen Harper won his first Conservative government. Elections Canada advertising image from YouTube

PARLIAMENT HILL—Elections Canada says a video ad the Conservative government cited as the type of advertising campaign it wants to prohibit the elections agency from using under the proposed new election law was never actually aired.

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Elections Canada says it never aired 2008 election campaign ad cited by Conservatives

Elections Canada says a video ad the Conservative government cited as the type of advertising campaign it wants to prohibit the elections agency from using under the proposed new election law was never actually aired.

An Elections Canada ad encouraging youth to vote was aired in the campaign for the Jan. 23, 2006 federal election in which Prime Minister Stephen Harper won his first Conservative government. Elections Canada advertising image from YouTube

PARLIAMENT HILL—Elections Canada says a video ad the Conservative government cited as the type of advertising campaign it wants to prohibit the elections agency from using under the proposed new election law was never actually aired.

  

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